City Staff to Recommend Rejecting Roxbury Park Bids, Seek Direction From City Council
Beverly Hills City staff will seek direction from the City Council after receiving bids for the Roxbury Park and Community Center renovation project that were significantly higher than budgeted.
At the Dec. 6 City Council meeting, staff will recommend that the council reject the bids and provide direction on how to proceed with plans to renovate one of the City’s parks. The lowest of three bids for renovating Roxbury Park was just under $14.4 million, which would bring the full cost of the project, including administration and contingencies to $16.8 million. The total budgeted amount was $14.7 million.
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